Saturday, June 15, 2019

Can Roan go home? Read a snippet from MINK OMEGA IN HIDING #WeWriWa #MPreg #romance #PNR #LGBTQ


Hello and welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to all of you who visited me last weekend as I introduced a new story to you. MINK OMEGA IN HIDING is the second book in my Shifter Towers series, and will be releasing soon through Decadent Publishing.

Set-up: I skipped a few sentences from last weekend's snippet. Roan has finished his shift at the strip club, and is taking the bus home. During the ride, he receives a text that says Run, but thinks it was mistakenly sent to him.


Suddenly the volume of the voices on the bus heightened. I glanced out the window to see what the excitement was about then realized how close to home I was. I yanked on the stop request cord then carefully headed for the exit. And that’s when I noticed the lights. Blue and red. All flashing. My home was surrounded by police cars and crime scene tape.

Then I recalled the message. Run. It was meant for me. 


Mink Omega in Hiding 
Shifter Towers book two

Roan is looking for a way out...

As a mink shifter omega, I never thought I’d escape the soul-crushing gang-ruled world I lived in. But one night on my way home from working at the strip club, the opportunity arose. I just needed to find a place to hide, somewhere I could go where no one from this life would ever find me. Some place I could start over. With my parents deceased, I only had one other person from my past I could ask for help. But would he want to see me again?

Hansol has everything in his life, except his mate…

After two years of running a successful fitness center with celebrities as my personal clients and friends, one would think I had everything I’ve ever wanted. But I don’t. The one thing I still desire is to have my mate by my side. Something my sun bear keeps reminding me of every day. Sure, I’ve had plenty of omegas and other alphas in my bed, but no one I want to wake up with each morning. That person left my life years ago with no explanation and no goodbye.

Will they find their way back to each other?

Then he shows up on my doorstep, soaking wet, and with no belongings. Of course, I take him in. But I don’t know how long I have until he leaves again. Can I trust him this time? Can I finally claim him as my mate? Or am I holding onto false hope? Because I know there is something he is keeping from me.

Coming Soon!

The first book in the series,
BUNNY OMEGA ON THE RUN
is available in digital and print:
Amazon US | Universal Buy Link


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24 comments:

  1. Great introduction to the threats, introducing lots of questions. What are the police after? Why are they a threat to him? Who sent the message, and why?

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    1. All questions to be answered throughout the story. 😁 Thank you, Ed!

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  2. No one wants to find that when they get off the bus!

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  3. HELP! You have me from the first line. Terrific set-up.

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  4. Fully engaged with this character after this scene. Nice job!!

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  5. Uh oh. Flashing lights at home is never a good thing.
    Tweeted.

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    1. Very true! Especially when you are part of a gang.

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  6. Scary stuff! I wonder who sent the message but of course the more immediate problem is ESCAPE! Terrific excerpt...

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    1. That's right! More on that next weekend. Thank you, Veronica!

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  7. Whoa, I hope he does run, and figures out what happened later. Great stuff!

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    1. Thank you, Alexis! I'll reveal what he does next weekend.

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  8. That's a scary situation. He should probably run, but he probably wants to know what's going on, too.

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    1. Definitely! He has many ideas of what could have happened.

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  9. Great beginning! You set up the conflict, the main character, the setting in just these 10 sentences. Loved it! I'm truly engaged!

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  10. This snippet captured my attention immediately. Well done. Sounds like another terrific story.

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  11. Yikes! Maybe running is a good thing but I'd want to know what I was running from. Great snippet.

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    1. He already knows many of the possibilities he could be running from, and none of them are good. Thanks Karen!

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